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Wednesday, January 11, 2006
Big Brother revisited. Three years ago I received a very ominous letter which was followed up by
an equally ominous visit from a government agent.

Today I received an email:
I live in [Chicago zip code] and today received the same letter as you did back in January of 2003. Initially I pitched it, but a few minutes ago I dug it back out of the shredding pile, did some googling and found your blog. (I'm sure you get plenty of crack-pot email, to illustrate the validity of my claim; the only piece of my letter that is different from yours is that the month is hand written in the top right but the year is not.) The "men in black" have not visited as of yet, and the name of my "Assigned Field Agent" is female so I doubt it will be your tall man. It is interesting that this study is still ongoing, I guess it takes a bit of time to "interview" 200,000 people. I did find some governmental information that seems to support your conclusion. If you're still curious just google, "0930-0110" omb, and a bunch of info will be at your fingers. I want to give a preemptive Thank You for preventing me from even opening the door for these g-men/women.

Best regards,
You're welcome, Anonymous, that's why we bother with the damn blog — because the press won't tell you what you need to know.

The fact that this all happened back in 2003, long before we learned about the NSA spying and secret renditions and all the rest of the neo-Soviet nonsense that characterizes American life nowadays, only proves the point once again: J. Edgar Hoover is alive and well and living in Washington DC.

Kids, if you don't know who Hoover is, go ahead and google the bastard (special Martin Luther King Day search terms).

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